Friday, May 13, 2011

Review of The Final Summit

I have read a number of books by Andy Andrews, so I was anxious to read “The Final Summit”. The main character is David Ponder, he was also in “ The Traveler’s Gift” by Andy Andrews.

After centuries of greed, pride and hate, this is humanity’s final chance to get back on the right path. David Ponder is named the head of the summit and gets assistance from some of history’s best and brightest minds to uncover the solution. Some of the individuals selected to assist are Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, George Washington Carver and Joan of Arc. They have five chances to come up with the solution. Each of the solutions they come up with seems like it is the right solution, but ends up not being right.

It was an easy to read book. I read it in about a week, but it would have been quicker if I would have had more chance to read during those days.

The story fit our current situations and makes you think about some of the challenges we are facing now and how we can tackle them.

I received a copy of the book to review as a Blog reviewer for Thomas Nelson publishers. That is the only compensation I received for this review.

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